Map & Directions:
The Fauzi Azar Inn can be reached by buses and taxis/sherut departing regularly from most major cities in Israel.
Bus number 823 from Tel Aviv new central bus station.
Bus number 955 from Jerusalem central bus station.
Bus number 331 from Haifa – Palmer square bus station.
Bus number 431 from Tiberias central bus station.
Bus number 823 from Afula central bus station.
For the most up-to-date bus times and schedules, please check the Egged Bus Company Trip Planner, or Bus.co.il, which provides timetables and routes for most public transportation in Israel. You can also contact the Fauzi Azar Inn at +972-4-6020469
From Tel-Aviv / Jerusalem/Vadi-Ara Highway 2,4,6: Drive north. On highway 2, turn east at Caesarea interchange to road No. 65. On Highway 6, Turn east at Iron interchange, to road 65. Follow the signs to Afula.
Meggido Junction – go straight.After Afula, turn left at the traffic light (T shaped junction) to road No. 60 towards Nazareth. The road climbs the Nazareth ridge; take a right turn at the square, towards City Center.On the first traffic light keep going straight into Paulous Street and The Old City. Keep the main street for 1 km, notice the Basilica of Annunciation on your left.
700m after the Basilica, turn left in the direction of a sign saying:”Police, Post, City hall” and “Mary’s Well”. There is a TaxiStation on the Corner.
Take another left turn immediately – Welcome to the Old City of Nazareth.
In Old City of Nazareth: Go straight for another 50m and turn right, on the right fork. (To your left is “Tishreen” Restaurant,there are 2 right turns going uphill, notice that the steep one has a “NO ENTRY” sign – by now you might have found out that the driving rules in Nazareth are not strictly kept, never the less – don’t take that turn).
Park next to the wall, if there’s no parking, keep going uphill and park next to the “Writer’s House (Beit El Katab)”.
Follow the path marked on the map, the “Fauzi Azar Inn” signs or ask for directions if you get lost or call us – 054-4322328 and we will come to pick you up.
Walking to the Inn will take about 2-3 minutes through the narrow streets of the old city.